Atlantic City might build a new museum to draw non-gamers

    The long-suffering tourism industry of Atlantic City is making moves toward building a new museum to document the city’s history from the beginning of its gaming industry to the present day.

     

    No longer able to rely on the casinos, boardwalks and beaches, the city is increasingly on the lookout for new attractions that might draw a crowd interested in more than just gambling.

     

    The museum, which would be called The Atlantic City Experience, is a project of the Atlantic City Free Public Library. Organizers formally asked for a feasibility study on Wednesday.

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